YouView, the free catch-up and on-demand TV service, will launch on Sony's 2015 Android TVs with a free software update that's due to go live on 4th November.

Sony announced YouView would be heading to its sets back in February, and pointed to a summer launch. However, it's only now that the company has been able to confirm exactly when you'll be able to get the service on your 2015 Sony TV.

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Currently, Sony Android TV owners have to make do with 'casting' catch-up TV to their flatscreens from a compatible tablet or smartphone. The arrival of YouView will open the door to all the main services: BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, All 4 (formerly 4OD) and Demand 5, all of which you'll be able to access through the TV's 'Home' screen. 

Sony is the first manufacturer to integrate YouView into a TV - previously, the service has only been available via set-top-boxes, such as the BT Ultra HD YouView box and the Humax DTR-T2000.

The update is scheduled to be available from 8am on Wednesday 4th November.

The Sony TV ranges that can receive the YouView update are as follows: X94C, X93C, X91C, X90C, S85C, S80C, X85C, X83C, X80C, W85C, W80C and W75C.

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